Monthly Archives: October 2009

Tim Brown’s TED talk in July 2009 at Oxford argues the case for designers to think big. In his view, much of what now passes for design isn’t that important – it’s too incremental and has too little effect. It’s … Continue reading

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Recently had the pleasure of hearing Avinash Kaushik, the head of Google Analytics, share his views on the need to re-think (web) analytics. His perpsectives added resonance to Peter Nicholson’s contentions that we’ve become data rich and attention poor. Avinash’s … Continue reading

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